When the parents of a teenage murder victim approach Stabler, he goes with Dr. Huang to interview their prime suspect, a serial killer soon to be executed in a New Jersey prison.

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When the parents of a teenage murder victim approach Stabler, he goes with Dr. Huang to interview their prime suspect, a serial killer soon to be executed in a New Jersey prison.

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Nick Chindlund, who plays Matthew Brodus in this episode, was one of the finalists for the role of Detective Stabler prior to the start of the series. See more »

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When Brodus is talking with Stabler and Huang before his scheduled execution he makes reference to his will being probated. Condemned prisoners and those serving life sentences are deemed "civilly dead" and not competent to dispose of property by will. See more »

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Matthew Linwood Brodus: [to Stabler] I hate psychiatrists. Don't you?
Elliot Stabler: Absolutely.
Matthew Linwood Brodus: [to Dr. Huang] You're not liked. How does that make you feel?
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References Wheel of Fortune (1983) See more »

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Getting used to
10 August 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

B.D. Wong was not even an SVU regular yet when he did this story as one of the guest cast. His character is an FBI profiler who gets teamed with Christopher Meloni as Meloni goes to interview a convicted sex offender serial killer Nick Chinlund about a new lead on an old case.

Of course later on when Wong becomes detached from the FBI and part of the team they work well. But now it becomes something of a contest as Meloni and Wong match expertise. Guess who wins?

But this features a pair of specimens who are clearly arguments for the death penalty. Nick Chinlund and a former cellmate Timothy Wheeler will terrify you. In fact Wheeler gets over on Stabler causing him no small amount of embarrassment.

Some people are pure evil and this episode demonstrates that. It also shows that Dr. George Huang and Detective Elliott Stabler will take a bit of getting used to.


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